Sardis Youth Mission Commi ed to glorifying God, the Youth Ministry of Sardis Presbyterian Church exists to accept, engage, and nurture all youth and their families in order that they become disciples of Christ and serve the Lord.
Core Values Christ‐like: We strive to model the life and ministry of Jesus Christ through serving and glorifying God. Nurture: We foster Chris an growth by providing care, guidance, and support in a loving manner. Inclusive: We provide a welcoming and loving environment where all are accepted. Engaging: We seek the ac ve par cipa on of everyone with a balance of fellowship, programming, and service. Integrity: We pursue honesty and respect in our interac ons, clarity and openness in all our communica ons, and safety in our programs. Fun: We believe laughter, enjoyment, and camaraderie are essen al elements of spiritual forma on. Rela onal: We purposefully pursue every youth so that they know they are loved by God, invited to be in rela onship with Christ, and connected to the church. Spiritual Development: We are commi ed to the faith forma on of our youth and to support them as they con nue on their spiritual journey.
Table of Contents Regular Programs………………………………………….. 5 Youth Music Programs…………………………………… 6 Confirma on Class…………………………………………. 7 Special Events & Ac vi es……………………………… 9 Middle School Retreats & Mission Trip…………… 13 High School Retreats & Mission Trip………………. 15 Service Opportuni es……………………………………. 16 Leadership Opportuni es………………………………. 17 Sardis Presbyterian Staﬀ………………………………... 19 Sardis Presbyterian Music Staﬀ……………………... 20 High School Youth Leaders…………………………….. 21 Middle School Youth Leaders…………………………. 25 Stay Connected……………………………………………… 30
Sunday School Sunday School is oﬀered each Sunday morning from 10:00 – 10:45 a.m. and is taught by dedicated adult leaders who want to walk beside youth in their faith journey. We have classes for 6th and 7th grade, Confirma on for 8th grade (please see page 7 for more informa on), and High School for grades 9‐12. During the classes, we examine how the Bible speaks to us today. For more informa on on Sunday School classes, please contact Adrian Mar n at adrian.mar firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Night Fellowship Sunday Night Fellowship oﬀers a wonderful opportunity to come and get to know others and be known. Middle School and High School have separate programs, which vary between fun ac vi es, studies and devo ons, guest speakers, and service work. Come out and join the fun on Sunday evenings from 6:00‐7:30 p.m. Dinner is provided from 6:00‐6:30 and a $5 dona on is requested to help oﬀset the cost of the food. Please contact Adrian Mar n at adrian.mar email@example.com for more informa on.
Middle School Sabbath Sabbath is a mid‐week opportunity for middle school youth reflec on and fun. We share food then have a Biblically based devo on that usually includes music and video. We end with free me for fellowship and play. Bring $3 and join us on Wednesdays, 6:00‐7:00 p.m. in the Youth Room. Contact Wells Tiedeman at jw firstname.lastname@example.org for more informa on. 5
Youth Music Programs
Youth choir at Sardis is a place where we can grow musically and spiritually together. We will share in musical leadership during worship, and open up opportuni es to reach out, through song, in the community. Things to look forward to this year include: Broadway Review, Com‐ munity Christmas Concert, Treble Trot, and a trip to Montreat Worship and Music Confer‐ ence. Come and explore how we can use our musical gi s as an oﬀering to God. Youth (grades 6‐12) are always welcome to join us on Sunday evenings from 5:15‐6:00 p.m. a er the Youth Bells. Contact Kaitlyn Davros at email@example.com for more informa on.
Youth Bells Youth Bell ringers have fun exploring new way of making music while preparing pieces for worship and the Broadway Review. The Youth Bell choir is open to all middle school and high school students (grades 6‐12). We will meet in the Administra on Building on Sundays from 4:30‐5:15 p.m. Contact Kaitlyn Davros at firstname.lastname@example.org for more informa on.
Youth Praise Band Youth Praise will meet weekly on Sundays at 5:15 p.m. to though ully experience contemporary worship music. This group will explore inspira onal Scripture and song lyrics and what making this music is all about. Come and be a part of this fantas c opportunity to grow your gi s and learn how they can be used to glorify God! Youth Praise is open to all youth (grades 6‐12). Contact Jacob Hare at email@example.com for more informa on.
Montreat Worship & Music Conference: June 18-24, 2017 Every year, many youth choirs from across the country a end Montreat Worship and Music Conference to worship, grow spiritually and musically with other youth, and create friendships that will last a life me. There are annual oﬀerings of worship and Bible study; choral, hand‐ bell, and instrumental music; as well as visual art and drama. Youth will have me for fun and games and will also learn how to be the church that celebrates and welcomes all. This year the theme of the conference is Then Sings My Soul. Please contact Kaitlyn or Jared if you are interested in a ending: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com. 6 6
Confirmation Class Confirma on Class is designed for 8th grade or older students who want to explore what it means to be a member of our church. Through retreats, classes, and working with adults, each par cipant will explore his or her faith and if willingly join the church. The class runs late August through May and meets Sunday mornings from 10:00‐10:45. For more informa on, please contact Georgia Pressly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class Opening Retreat Dates: September 16‐18
This retreat will help introduce par cipants to the curriculum while leaders and par cipants get a chance to be er know each other. This retreat is located in Montreat, NC and leaves Friday a er school and returns Sunday by noon.
Class Closing Retreat Dates: May 5‐7
This retreat will examine the spiritual journey each par cipant has taken over the past year during the Confirma on Class experience. The retreat will be held at Valle Crucis Conference Center.
Special Events & Activities
High School Gender Dinners Dates: scheduled at least once per semester Gender dinners are a wonderful way to explore issues facing your gender during our normal Sunday Night Fellowship program. Guys and girls will meet separately and have a fun night while learning about gender specific topics.
Pumpkinpalooza Date: Saturday, October 22 Pumpkinpalooza is a chance for the youth to get crea ve for a night of service and fellowship. Youth come in costume and have a friendly trunk‐or‐treat decora ng contest. They will also help pass out candy and run fun games for the children from the community.
Star Wars Rouge One Movie Premier Date: Friday, December 16 The world of Star Wars con nues in this standalone movie that leads directly into the original movie: Star Wars A New Hope. We will see the earliest showing of the new movie as a group and revel in all things Star Wars!
High School Friday Night Frenzy Date: September 9, October 7, and November 4 Join us at the church for a fun night on Fridays! We will open the gym and the newly renovated Youth Game Room for all high school students for a me of fellowship and conversa on. We will be at the church from 8:30‐11:00 p.m., so come during or a er the football games! For more informa on, please contact Adrian Mar n by emailing adrian.mar email@example.com.
Middle School Christmas Party Date: Sunday, December 11 Middle school youth will have a Christmas party later in December to celebrate the birth of Christ. We will have fun gi exchanges and enjoy each other’s company.
Bingo at Plantation Estates Dates: November 20 and March 12 High school students will travel to Planta on Estates to play Bingo with the residents. Come out and get to know some of the wonderful people who live a few minutes from our church while engaging in some awesome Bingo games! 10
Youth Sunday Date: Sunday, March 5 Be a part of the annual Youth Sunday worship service as the youth plan and lead the congrega on. All aspects of the service will be led by youth, so come be a part! We will lead both the contemporary and tradi onal worship services.
Graduation Sunday Date: Sunday, June 4 All high school seniors will be honored for their accomplishment of gradua ng in the 11:00 a.m. worship service. Before the service, there will be brunch in the Sardis House as we share stories from the past several years. This is a powerful and moving experience for the seniors as well as their families.
Retreats & Mission Trips
Middle School Retreats & Mission Trips Fall Retreat Dates: October 14‐16 Middle School students will have the opportunity to spend a weekend at Bethel Woods Camp in York, SC for a weekend of fun, fellowship, worship, and study. We will examine what it means to have “All Things New!” This will be a wonderful and fun weekend to get away!
Snow Tubing Date: Saturday, February 4 Middle school students will travel to the mountains for a day of snow tubing! This will be a fun and exci ng day of playing in the snow while sliding down the mountain at a high rate of speed.
Beach Retreat Dates: March 31 ‐ April 2 Join us as we travel to Kure Beach for a weekend of fun, sun, and sand. We will play, pray, study, and try to unplug from busy lives. This will be a great retreat to unwind and have fun spending me with your Sardis friends! 13
Middle School Great Escape Dates: June 11‐16 Join us for this awesome experience at Lee College in Tennessee. Middle school youth from across the southeast will gather for a week of fun, singing, praying, playing, worshipping, and much more! You will not want to miss this!
Mission Trip in Charlotte Dates: July 17‐19 Spend three days and two nights in Charlo e serving others! We will stay in the Sardis House and serve several local agencies during the day and having fun in the evenings.
High School Retreats & Mission Trips beach Retreat Dates: September 23‐25 All high school students are welcome to join us at the beach for this fun and relaxing retreat. We will eat, play, pray and have fun as we take me out of our busy lives to focus on God.
Ski Retreat Dates: January 27‐28 Join us for a wonderful weekend of snow and worship. We will travel to Winterplace, WV and ski all day Saturday, while having a devo on before skiing. Join us for this awesome weekend!
Montreat Youth Conference Dates: July 23‐29 We will a end the annual Montreat Youth Conference in Montreat, NC. Last year, over 800 youth a ended from all across the country and we made friendships that we will cherish. Come spend a week in keynote, recrea on events, music, and worship, growing closer to God! We will a end Week 5 of the conferences, the same 15 week we a ended in 2016.
Mission Trip to Peru Dates: June 20‐29 Come to a diﬀerent country with us in 2017! We will travel to Peru to work alongside the PC(USA) Missionaries that Sardis supports. We will learn more about the culture and programs in Peru that our denomina on supports to empower people. Come be a part of this powerful experience!
How can the youth help with your service project? We would love to have the Sardis youth help out on a service project that you are passionate about. Please email Adrian at adrian.mar firstname.lastname@example.org if you are involved in a project and think the youth could help out. This could be for an event or just for an a ernoon. Parents are also welcome to help plan a service project. 16
High School Youth Council
The Youth Council will help plan and lead some of the Sunday Night Fellowships throughout the year, as well as help set some of our special events. The Youth Council will serve for an academic year, from August through May. If you are interested in serving on the Youth Council, Please contact Sarah Herum at email@example.com.
My Three Events
Our adult leaders love to get out to see what the youth do outside of church, from sports to dance and musical performances. Please let us know what your youth are doing by mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Advisors & Teachers
Sardis Presbyterian Staff Adrian Mar n | Director of Youth Ministries When Adrian was in eighth grade, he played soccer. Now, Adrian enjoys playing video games, doing mar al arts with his sons, and anything Star Wars. His favorite movie is The Empire Strikes Back (Star Wars Episode V). His favorite Bible verse is Psalm 46:10, “Be s ll and know that I am God.” Contact Adrian at 704.778.6432 or adrian.mar email@example.com.
Jeﬀ Weston | Assistant Youth Director When Jeﬀ was in middle school and high school he was ac ve in Boy Scouts and achieved his Eagle in 1982. He was a junior lifeguard in California and played baseball and golf. Now, Jeﬀ enjoys so ball, golf, cycling, watching Tarheel games, and working on his house. His favorite movie is Animal House. Contact Jeﬀ at 704.365.6235 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Ka e Harrington | Associate Pastor for Families When Ka e was in middle and high school she was ac ve in ballet and marching band where she played the flute. Now, she spends most of her me running, doing yoga, and hanging out with her family. Her favorite movie is Dead Poets Society. Ka e’s favorite Bible verse is Psalm 139. You can reach Ka e at 704.366.1854 or ka email@example.com. Heather Eddy | Assistant for Programming When Heather was in middle school and high school she played the flute, sang in the chorus, was in the reading club, science club, chess club, and was on her high school newspaper. Now, Heather enjoys swimming, reading, traveling, astronomy, and zoo visi ng. Her favorite movie is 1776. Her favorite Bible verse is James Chapter 4. You can contact Heather at 214.908.9856 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 19
Sardis Presbyterian Music Staff
Jared Daugherty | Minister of Music When Jared was in middle school and high school he did musicals, was involved with the marching band where he played the horn, was the church orchestra leader, children’s worship pianist, and was in the chorus. Now, Jared is s ll highly involved with music and loves to cook. His favorite movie is Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. His favorite Bible verse is Exodus 15:2. “The Lord is my strength and song, and He is become my salva on: He is my God, and I will prepare Him an habita on; He is my father’s God, and I will Exalt Him.” You can contact Jared at 703.338.6014 or email@example.com. Kaitlyn Davros | Associate Director of Music / Organist Kaitlyn Davros is the Associate Director of Music and Organist here at Sardis Presbyterian Church. She leads the Youth Choir, Youth Bells, and Children’s Choir during weekly rehearsals. In her spare me, she loves running, hiking, and sailing. In high school, Kaitlyn played on Varsity Basketball for all 4 years (2004‐2008) where her team was ranked #1 in the state of Michigan. A er some broken fingers, she decided not to play in college and to focus on music and ministry, but she can s ll hold her own on the court from behind the 3‐point line. One of her favorite Bible verses comes from Psalm 63:3‐4 “Because your steadfast love is be er than life, my lips will praise you. So I will bless you as long as I live; I will li up my hands and call on your name.” Kaitlyn is easily accessible through texts/calls on her cell: 248.821.1238 and email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jacob Hare | Contemporary Worship Leader When Jacob was in middle school and high school he was involved with the band. A er studying classical piano for several years, Jacob began performing in front of congrega ons. At the age of 15 he began to teach himself the guitar, and at 16 began playing regularly in church. Jacob s ll enjoys music and ministering through music. His favorite movie is Star Wars. His favorite Bible verse is Psalm 103. You can contact Jacob by emailing email@example.com. 20 20
High School Youth Leaders David Abercrombie | High School Advisor When David was in middle school and high school he sang in the choir and played soccer. Now, David enjoys woodworking and watching “proper football”. His favorite movie is Cool Hand Luke. His favorite Bible verse is Ma hew 5:3‐12 (The Bea tudes). You can contact David at 336.354.3098 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liz Alba | High School Sunday School Teacher When Liz was in middle school and high school she a ended Sunday School and loved covered dish suppers at church. Now, when Liz isn’t fulfilling her secret Candy Crush addic on, she enjoys snow skiing, reading, walking, hiking, and spending me with her family. Her favorite movies are Out of Africa, Starship Troopers, and all of the Harry Po er movies. Her favorite Bible verse is Micah 6:8. You can contact Liz at 704.578.0112 or by emailing email@example.com.
Tim Alba | High School Sunday School Teacher When Tim was in middle school and high school he ran track, played football, and did a 14‐day backpacking trip on the Appalachian Trail. Now, Tim enjoys skiing, golf, and celes al star‐gazing. Tim’s favorite movie is Kelly’s Heroes. His favorite Bible verse is Ecclesiastes 9:10‐11. You can contact Tim at 704.564.0163 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
High School Youth Leaders Kyle Bartel | High School Advisor When Kyle was in middle school and high school he ran cross country and track and was involved with his youth group. Now Kyle enjoys managing his Fantasy Football team. His favorite movie is A Few Good Men. His favorite Bible verse is 1 Corinthians 13. Contact Kyle at 704.560.2919 or by emailing email@example.com.
Sheri Bartel | High School Advisor When Sheri was in middle school and high school she was involved in the youth group at Sardis and was in choir and on a clogging team. Now, Sheri enjoys to cook and do anything outside. Her favorite movie is The Help. Her favorite Bible verse is Philipians 4:13. Contact Sheri by sending at text to 704.562.2514 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarah Herum | High School Youth Council Coordinator When Sarah was in middle school and high school she played soccer. Now, Sarah enjoys reading, soccer, and being a mommy. Her favorite movie is Remember the Titans. Her favorite Bible verse is Ecclesiastes 3:1. You can contact Sarah at 704.589.0847 or by emailing her at email@example.com.
High School Youth Leaders
Steve Hoots | High School Sunday School Teacher When Steve was in middle school and high school he played football, basketball, golf, and ran track. Now, Steve enjoys golf and sleep. His favorite movies are any of the James Bond movies, as “they’re all the same.” His favorite Bible verse is Ma hew 6:33 ‐34. You can contact Steve at 704.564.3987 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Canon Moore | High School Advisor When Canon was in middle school and high school she did horse back riding and played so ball. Now, Canon enjoys traveling, reading, exercising, gardening, and volunteering. Her favorite movies are The Sound of Music and The Notebook. Her favorite Bible verse is Phillipians 4:6. You can contact Canon on her cell at 704.953.0637 or by emailing email@example.com. Emily Oelz | High School Sunday School Teacher When Emily was in middle school and high school she played on the golf team, was on the dance team, and was a student council member. Now, Emily enjoys taking walks and consignment shopping. Her favorite movie is Grease. Her favorite Bible verse is Psalms 19:14. You can contact Emily at 704.301.6988 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike Oelz | High School Sunday School Teacher When Mike was in middle school and high school he ran cross country, track, and did swimming. Now, Mike enjoys golfing and cycling. Mike’s favorite Bible verse is Psalm 27:1. You can contact Mike at 704.564.0681. 23
High School Youth Leaders Marie Schulz | High School Advisor When Marie was in middle school and high school she ran cross country and par cipated in her youth group. Now, Marie enjoys running, and she is training for a marathon. Her favorite movie is Pride and Prejudice. Her favorite Bible verse is Micah 6:8. You can contact Marie at 704.942.5569 or by emailing email@example.com. Bruce Simpson | High School Sunday School Teacher When Bruce was in middle school and high school he played basketball, was on the student council, was the treasurer of the Na onal Honor Society, ran cross country, played tennis, and worked on the family farm. Now, Bruce enjoys tennis, dog walking, and biking. His favorite movies are the Wizard of Oz and The Sound of Music. His favorite Bible verse is 1 Corinthians 13:4‐8. You can contact Bruce on his cell at 704.661.0590 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Harry Tatum | High School Advisor When Harry was in middle school and high school his favorite ac vity was his Spanish class. Now, Harry enjoys flying his Cessna 172, especially when his grandchildren are along for the ride. His favorite movie is Raiders of the Lost Ark. His favorite Bible verse is Psalm 19:14. You can contact Harry at 704.807.1908 or h email@example.com. Jeﬀ Wilkinson | High School Advisor When Jeﬀ was in 12th grade, he was the star ng forward on his school’s basketball team. Now, Jeﬀ enjoys a ending his family’s school and spor ng events, and par cipa ng in church ac vi es. His favorite movies are A Few Good Men and A Time to Kill. Jeﬀ’s favorite Bible verse is Isaiah 41:10. You may contact Jeﬀ at 704.953.8385 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. 24 24
Middle School Youth Leaders Susan Amick | Middle School Sunday School Teacher When Susan was in middle school and high school she danced, and was involved with service clubs and Sardis Youth Fellowship. Now, Susan enjoys reading and hiking. Her favorite movie is The English Pa ent. Her favorite Bible verse is Ma hew 11:28. You can contact Susan at 704.607.7422 or susan.amick@fourseasonscharlo e.com.
Jim Duyck | Confirma on Teacher When Jim was in middle school and high school, he loved playing all sports, especially basketball. Now, Jim loves to go to the movies and the beach. His favorite movies of all me is Rocky and the Star Trek series. Jim’s favorite Bible verse is Psalms 56:3. You may contact Jim at 704.619.4259 or at email@example.com.
Michelle Duyck | Confirma on Teacher When Michelle was in middle and high school, she was a cheerleader and Na onal Honor Society member. She has always had a passion for reading and s ll enjoys doing so as well as spending me at the beach with her family. Her favorite movie is Elf. Michelle’s favorite Bible verse is Phil 4:6. You may contact Michelle at 704.451.3153 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Middle School Youth Leaders Bre Harris | Middle School Confirma on Teacher When Bre was in middle school and high school he played basketball and baseball and was in Key Club and Young Life. Now, Bre enjoys fixing cars, working in the yard, and repurposing things. His favorite movies are the Lord of the Rings trilogy. His favorite Bible verse is Ma hew 7:33. You can contact Bre on his cell phone at 704.839.9543 or by emailing bre email@example.com.
Ruth Harris | Middle School Confirma on Teacher When Ruth was in middle school and high school she was in the youth choir, par cipated in youth fellowship, played tennis and was involved in Young Life. Now, Ruth enjoys playing tennis and gardening. Her favorite movie is Grease. Her favorite Bible verse is Psalm 100. You can contact Ruth at 704.491.6883 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Georgia Pressly | Confirma on Teacher Georgia is originally from Buﬀalo, NY. She went to nursing school in New York, NY and worked there for three years. She now enjoys mission work (having led mission trips to Kenya), spending me with her grandchildren, reading, and furniture pain ng. Her favorite Bible verses are Luke 10:27 and Micah 6:8. You can contact Georgia at 704.516.6276 or by emailing email@example.com.
Middle School Youth Leaders Amy Read | Middle School Sabbath Leader When Amy was in middle school and high school she was a member of a singing and dancing ensemble and ac ve in youth council, leading ac vi es for her youth group. Now, Amy enjoys reading, being cra y, and baking. Her favorite movies are anything with John Cusack in them, especially Say Anything. Her favorite Bible verse is Mark 10:45. You can contact Amy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lynn Sloan | Confirma on Teacher When Lynn was in high school she was in the French Club, Honor Society, and was on the yearbook staﬀ. Now, Lynn enjoys ge ng together with her children who are 21 and 24, a ending a weekly Bible study, and Pilates. Her favorite movie is The Notebook. Lynn’s favorite Bible verse is Philippians 4:13. You may contact Lynn at 704.236.4612 or at email@example.com.
William Sloan | Confirma on Teacher When William was in middle and high school he played baseball and soccer. Now, William enjoys traveling, reading, and playing golf. His favorite movie is Caddyshack. His favorite Bible verse is Ma hew 22:39, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” You can contact William at 704.957.5593 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Middle School Youth Leaders Leslie Tiedeman | Middle School Advisor When Leslie was in middle school and high school she played clarinet and was in the drama club. Now, Leslie enjoys watching the Tiedeman men play tennis. Her favorite movies are Gone With the Wind and The Goodbye Girl. You can contact Leslie at 704.564.1177 or by emailing l email@example.com. Wells Tiedeman | Middle School Advisor When Wells was in middle school and high school he played the trumpet and played soccer and tennis. Now, Wells enjoys playing tennis and golf and studying the Bible. His favorite movie is Shawshank Redemp on. His favorite Bible verses are Isaiah 40:31, Philippians 4:13, and Psalm 23. You can contact Wells at 704.574.0622 or by emailing jw firstname.lastname@example.org. Molly Tucker | Middle School Advisor When Molly was in middle school, she started playing lacrosse. Now, Molly can be found tossing a lacrosse ball with her kids or enjoying a va‐ riety of water sports at the beach or on the lake. Her favorite movie is The Sound of Music. Her favorite Bible verse is Romans 8:31. You may contact Molly at 704.340.2486 or at email@example.com.
Robert Vanderford | Middle School Advisor When Robert was in middle school and high school he went on camping and hiking retreats. Now, Robert enjoys cooking, woodworking, running, and English and German grammar. His favorite movie is Jaws. His favorite Bible verse is Ma hew 25:31‐46. You can contact Robert at 704.301.5748 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 28 28
Middle School Youth Leaders John Waller | Middle School Advisor When John was in middle and high school he loved playing sports. He wrestled, played soccer, tennis, and ran cross country. Now, he enjoys hanging out with his family, running, and playing and watching sports. His favorite movie is The Shawshank Redemp on. John’s favorite Bible verse is Luke 6:31. You may contact John at 704.607.2675 or by emailing email@example.com.
Melinda Wilkinson | Middle School Advisor When Melinda was in middle school and high school she was in the marching band and played piano. She also loved to roller skate on Friday nights. She was also in youth group at Richlands Presbyterian Church. Now, Melinda enjoys being a mom taxi, riding her bike, and playing cards. Her favorite movies are Grease, Top Gun, and Annie. You can contact Melinda at 704.953.7697 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ellen Zoutewelle | Middle School Advisor When Ellen was in middle school and high school she took horseback lessons and was in the Girl Scouts. She was in the French club and FBLA. Now, Ellen enjoys reading, baking, scrapbooking, and arts and cra y‐ type things. Her favorite movies are The Saint and The Sound of Music. Her favorite Bible verse is Philippians 4:6. You can contact Ellen at 704.906.2334 or email@example.com.
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